Three Trapped Tigers are a band for which genres and labels struggle to keep up; they move - often at breakneck speed -  from screeching, effect-laden guitars, an arsenal of glistening sci-fi synths, pummelling sub-bass, colossal riffs and audacious drum patterns that both underpin and define their unique sound. As anyone who has seen their incendiary live shows will know, trying to pinpoint what makes the group such a force is a difficult thing to do. On stage they are something of a vortex, creating a swirling mass of layered sounds that sucks one in, possessing that rare ability of managing to sound complex and fluid whilst eschewing any feelings of pomposity or sterility - in full force Three Trapped Tigers feel both gracefully intelligent and wildly primal, gargantuan yet melodic. 

Route One Or Die:
"Music without fear, and such audacity should only ever be celebrated" BBC
“One of the most striking debut albums of a generation”  Clash
“Twinkles and booms like a star being born, this feels like being hugged by a computerized god.” NME
“This loud and twisted trio are the safest bets to take death-improv to the masses”  Time Out

Silent Earthling:
"A leaner, more focused, brilliant second album” ★★★★ DIY
"One of the best instrumental bands in the world" ★★★★ Upset
"There aren't many bands in the UK who can even compete with Three Trapped Tigers" 9/10 Drowned In Sound
“They’ve done it again… a claustrophobic, invigorating and inspired return” 8/10 Rock Sound
“A living experiment in how to wring maximum joy from the synth-rock format” 8/10 Uncut
"‘Route One or Die’ was an entertaining introduction to their antics. This is the one where they leave the planet” Stereoboard 8/10
“Silent Earthling is a stellar and welcome return for a band who sound only like themselves“ Digital Fix 8/10
“Adopting Eno’s “Oblique Strategies” to take them out of their comfort zone... if the ferocity and dynamism of the first record is to be considered a “comfort zone”, then we’re all fucked.” TLOBF 7.5/10